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    Philippines Orders Adoption of Cleaner Fuels  

    The government has given oil companies a July 1 deadline to begin selling fuel compliant with Euro IV standards, which include sulfur content one-tenth the level of the standard in place since 2008....More
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    Honda Hires Engineering Firm to Study Takata Airbag Defect  

    Honda's hiring of the Exponent engineering consultancy is separate from an investigation commissioned by it and nine other automakers to probe the cause of potentially lethal ruptures in Takata airbags....More
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    Car-Seat Maker Graco Hit With $10 Million Fine  

    Following the nation's largest recall of child seats the company, accused of failing to give timely notice of defective buckles, will pay $3 million now and spend $7 million on efforts to improve child safety...More
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    Chinese Media Exposé Prompts JLR Recall of Land Rover SUVs  

    The recall of 36,451 Evoque SUVs from the 2014 and 2015 model years follows a request by a Chinese government watchdog agency and local media reports the luxury automaker used defective gearboxes....More
  • Mar 19, 2015
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    Paying to Fill the Potholes on the Oregon Trail

    “The state is worried that with cars getting better and better mileage, it’ll collect less in fuel taxes to take care of the roads and bridges,” Nance tells husband Peter as she explains Oregon’s pay-per-mile road-funding scheme....More
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    Honda Adds 100,000 Vehicles to Takata Airbag Recall  

    The automaker is adding 88,549 Pilot SUVs, 10,868 Civic cars and 5,454 Accord sedans built between 2001 and 2008 to replace potentially defective airbags made by supplier Takata....More
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    Takata More Cooperative in Airbag Probe, NHTSA Chief Says  

    The Japanese supplier is "starting to become forthcoming" since U.S. regulators began fining it $14,000 a day for failing to fully cooperate with the airbag investigation, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says....More
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    Kia Recalls Cars in U.S. With Possible Accelerator Defect  

    The recall covers almost 209,000 gasoline and electric versions of the Soul subcompact from the '14-'15 model years because the accelerator pedal may bend or break....More
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